Breland Facilitation

facil´itate´: to make easier

About Sue Breland



© 2008








BLOG  with me - Putting “Civil” Back in Civilization

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     Strategic philanthropy

     Grant administration

     Workplace giving


     Fundraising events

     Environmental and waste diversion


One of the most effective ways to quickly increase your impact is through engaging in socially conscious behaviors - a “win / win” externally and internally.


By weaving your company into the tapestry of a community, you raise awareness of your products and services, reaching new audiences in a personal way. Employment surveys suggest that companies with a commitment to CSR are better positioned to attract and retain talent. Employees, engaged in charitable, educational and arts organizations are your ambassadors in the communities where they live and work across the country.


In a world of social and environmental challenges, being a part of the solution makes good economic sense.





Workshops recently conducted:


"The Inside Track on Grant Writing" - Economic Growth and Redevelopment
Services Office, Cultural Arts Division

"Grant Evaluation and Measurement" - Greenlights for Nonprofit Success

"Measuring the Value of Corporate Citizenship” - Entrepreneur's Foundation of Central Texas Corporate Social Responsibility Conference

"Model Performance Management" - American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) CENTEX and National Conferences


“Though normally not in their pattern of giving, Sue passionately pursued a $100,000 gift from a local high tech company for our $77 million capital campaign. She is a true hero for Central Texas’ performing arts and we are eternally grateful.”


Reynolds B. “Cliff” Redd, Jr.

Executive Director,  

Long Center for the Performing Arts